Enabling Technologies : Body Image and Body Function

Enabling Technologies : Body Image and Body Function

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 280 p., 110 illus.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780443072475
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Full Description

Biotechnology, and the benefits it can offer are playing an increasingly important role in all areas of clinical rehabilitation. However, it is still often regarded with suspicion and mistrust by many clinicians and their patients. "Enabling Technologies: Body Image and Body Function" is intended to help all those who encounter biological innovations within their clinical practice to attain a better understanding of their potential, and the benefits they can offer for their patients. Compiled and edited by two of the leading researchers in the field of rehabilitation technology, the book brings together 29 contributions from experts in major centres in 10 different countries. "Enabling Technologies: Body Image and Body Function" presents the full range of technological developments, which may be used in the field of clinical rehabilitation, and explains and demystifies their practical relevance for the non-specialist clinician. In doing so, it makes an important contribution to this fast developing field.It will provide an invaluable source of reference to all those working in the field of rehabilitation who encounter biotechnological innovations as part of their professional practice. Clinicians who understand the potential of the innovations biotechnology can offer, and are able to deal with the emotional responses of the patients will be well placed to achieve faster and more effective rehabilitation for those in their care. This book can help them to do this.

Table of Contents

Contributors                                       vii
Preface ix
Introduction 1 (2)
1 Imagining the body 3 (18)
Malcolm MacLachlan and Pamela Gallagher
Part 1. Interacting with Technology 21 (76)
2 Using virtual reality to help reduce pain 23 (10)
during severe burn wound-care procedures
Azucena Garcia-Palacios, Hunter G.
Hoffman, Verna Cain, Jennifer Tininenko,
Anne Schmidt, Helena Villa-Martin and
David R. Patterson
3 Enabling communication: pictures as 33 (26)
Bodil J sson
4 Moving sound 59 (18)
Phil Ellis
5 Robotics and rehabilitation: the role of 77 (22)
robot-mediated therapy post stroke
Emma K. Stokes
Part 2. Listening to the Body 97 (56)
6 Psychophysiological recording and 99 (16)
biofeedback: tools enabling people to
control their own physiology
Richard A. Sherman
7 Affective feedback 115(16)
Gary McDarby, James Condron, Darran
Hughes, Ned Augenblick and John Sharry
8 The Thought Translation Device: 131(24)
communication by means of EEG
self-regulation for locked-in patients
Andrea K ler and Niels Birbaumer
Part 3. Technology of Replacement 153(42)
9 Reaching with electricity: 155(14)
externally-powered prosthetics and
David Gow, Malcolm MacLachlan and
Campbell Aird
10 Psychology and hand transplantation: 169(18)
clinical experiences
Gabriel Burloux and Dani鑞e Bachmann
11 Implantable replacement hearts 187(8)
Robert D. Dowling
Part 4. Living Through Technology 195(62)
12 Corapex Motion: neuroprostheses for 197(20)
grasping applications
Milos R. Popovic and Thierry Keller
13 Technological enframing in the 217(22)
hemodialysis patient
Aoife Moran and Pamela Gallagher
14 Critical care in high-technology 239(18)
Ian Bennun
Conclusion 257(8)
15 Thinking through enabling technologies: 259(6)
guidelines for development and implementation
Pamela Gallagher and Malcolm MacLachlan
Biographies of Authors 265(10)
Glossary 275(10)
Index 285